The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 203, Ed. 1 Friday, June 5, 1885 Page: 2 of 8
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THE HERAT D; DATTS TETAS. TTTin JUNK 5 41885".
THE LOCAL Iey& lthUuil
A WEDDING IN EAST DALLAS-
Brilliant Nuptials at Mr. Mllllirnn ami
Mill Fltihugn Hounding Vp I ov
Oows OtHolal Notice of the
Death of llaniu Items.
One of the moat brillian society oveuis
oT the season occurred laat oveniun at
the residence of Col. L. H. FitzliUK'i Iu
East Dallas. At 8 o'clock. Mr. Sam. H
MiUUeti ot Woathurtord a ire-.tbrnmn
widely and favorably known among
financial circles in Texas aud lor years
identified protuineutly with extensive
banking and cattlo ltitertH in the
Wbat led to the ftltar MisH Lillian. Fltz-
bugh one of the lovlieat b1 most
amiable belle3 In North Texas the
only idauglitor of Col. and Tdra. L. Ii.
l-'itzhugh. T.kvk ce-veinony was pr-
formed by the Kov. II. T. Hank a one of
the moat dltrtlnirulakeil ana eloquent .11-
vinea in the Uapliyl church the bexstl-
ful bride being given avrsy by her
lather. The dress ol the bride was in
xqiaite tsste eouciatiux of au artistic
-donga in bo it vune niua
with rich orieuial I v-o
The oriiariontu I
were diamonds end roses. Tho groom
was attired lu Uj usual regulation suit.
Among the invitud guests were Mr. and
Mrs. James Mi'liueu of Woathorlord
Col. and Mrs. J. L. Uemy Col. Jainea
15. biuipson and Edna hia dat'ijuler;
Col. and'Mrs. (jllu Wellborn Col. and
Mrs. W. W. Intake O. iO. Wrlxfct esq.
Mrs. Judiro r.nrkadale Mr. and Mrs.
John Vf.QM Dr. Samuel ilullltt Mr.
and Mrs. Cuarli-s 0. Wood Mr. and
Mrs. Fn.vFitohuRh and A. I'. Wooxnn-
1 craft esq. The handsome residence of
the bride's father was a blazo of lii;lit
and the rooms and hallu fuirly bur-
dened with blowers. Tho collation wan
bountiful and laid with most admirable
taste- the creams aherlxitH bunion
cakes aud moro substantial viands
being heartily enjoyed by the Kiuir.ts.
Dallas loses in Miss Lillian one of the
loveliest of wotuou and a void is left iu
the old homo that can never auiu
be tilled. While we congratulato the
good-looking groom on the prism he ban
won we cannot but sympathize with
Mrs. and Col. Filzhugh iu the loss of
their only daughter whose prest.nee
has mode a halo of giaduess and w no-
sh innto surround thoir homo. Mar-
riage is a part of a young gii re life and
when Inevitable futo boars her oli' per-
adVbiituro to ytt renter happiness her
loss must be iaoiously borne. The
Hkkai.d pre-'cnts its wannest ooiiyrat-
ulallous to the young ecuplo and
wishes them the largest mnasuro of
prosperity and happiness. T':o- bridal
party Jen on the Missouri 1'aoilic at 10
o'clock last tiigld lor un extended tr;p
north and ea"t.
The Dallas Hound-I'll.
0 Ulcers Kpcncur mid Heard mounted
police are engaged at present running
Into the city mhhk1 all istonk found
Toandiig around within Iho city limits
pursuant to au ordinance preventing
stock trom running at lurgo. Thiy
run in 10 head of cows
yesterday. In tho discharge
ol their duty they have a great deal to
contend with. Thero is nothing on this
terresti -1 globe that a woman dotos on
more save her household and ruth rela-
tives than her cow and when aha hap-
pens to be around she wages war on
them Irom the broom-stick to the llat-
lron and she invariably wins. Tho olll-
cers show their inanv defects in their
very couutenHiiccs. 'i'hey lixikod bull-
dozed yet they continue to run all looso
Inquest of P. ISaum.
Yesterday Chief of Police Arnold re-
ooivfd the fallowing bitter from A. 11.
Itaxter chief ofpolice'of Chatham On-
tario concerning the doath of l' llauin
tho cotton swInUlor and enclosing tho
verdict of the coroner who held the In-
quest over the remains. The lettor read
Police Depart incut Clilufs UHloe Chatham
Out. June I IKS.
My Dkar nir-I herewith enclose a
copy ol the fjmlingof the coroner's ury
in this case. It is a sad ending and I
hope will not stand in the way ot -on-Vlcting
hia partners In crime. lie died
on (Saturday afternoon last.
I have not neon him since
he was first brought up tor exam-
ination when you were present as I
have only returned to duty having
been ill ever since I saw you and atu
still uffuring Irom sciatica and rheu-
matism. Is there anything I can do for
you here? If so let me know and I will
give It immediate munition.
A. 11. llAXTKK C. C.
The following is the verdict of thojury
Chatham Out. May 30 lssr.
"Frederick llaum caino to his death
from heart disease superinduced by
confinement and mental trouble."
Mv Dkar Sir Thin as tho finding
ol the Jury and is correct.
J. L. Isit.w M. 1). Coroner.
To A. B. Ilsxter Esq.
Vlcllius of vouthful lndlcre'lons.
suffering from nerv-oiis debility la 'k. of
selt-cmifldoiico imjMlred mtonorv and
kindred symptomH should send lUcents
In Ntauips for largt llliistrale l treatise
giving means ot certain cure with nil-
inrri us teslluinnials. Addrcxs World's
Dispeiirnry MciMcpI Ansociution Oiia
Main street Hmlalo N. Y.
City vs. Robert Moagall and Isaalh
Davis fjghtinu; fined Meach.
City vs. Joato Smith loud and bois-
terous languages dismlaHod.
City vs. Jaiuoi Rain Intoxicated;
City vs. James Maddox abusive lan-
City vs. Sallio Mays' vagrancy; con-
tinued. Cltv vs. Lee Colin resisting an officer;
Jerry Ford colored shooting oraps
two cases; fined $10 and cost In each
William Humphries colorod for sim-
ilar otlence was lined $10 and cost
John Douglas disturbing the peace;
fined (1 and oosu
Two other parties who gave bogus
names of Fred Sinclair and Joe Hudson
both colored were lined $ IU and cost each
i ue county jail caught all or them.
Tins c urt transacted a lot of trtml
rial tiiiM'.os of minor Imnortanm.
vva.-r.utlsued for the arrest ot Mrs.
O P iliueiv. ehHrirnd bv J Mo.
Noe'y with throaleulng to annihilate his
. .""iCTOgory charged with beating
Ms wife was lined loo and givou four
Charles Klrapatrlck colored shoot-
iui vriK. wan nneu j anu cost.
Casar Misire colored slusitlng craps
was lined I'O and costs. ' '
The well-known ease or the Slate vs.
Howard Montresner. charirnd wiih im.
mlltirg an outrage on Emma Klapp.
t i a"' u" naugiiMM- ol
l-rank klapp who runs a dyeing estab-
lishment near the Howard hotel for-
merly run by the acoued was called la
this court yestordsv morning and by
noon a jury waa secured. Several w to
tieeses wero examined among others
the alleged Victim of Mnntresser'a act.
The details of the evidence ami
stances were published when be had his
examining trial and aa It Is of a revolting
nature It Is not necessary to reproduce
It here. The dofendiut's wife appeared
In court with blm and apisjared Ui be
anxious u 1a it ' 1. 1 . i i
Woutreaser was much lutereited la the
V" vi aiut.a ami iiaiou.-.i iultu ly tu tin
ip-isMou- ikt and thn re piles to the
-ariie. "lv. L. fc H.ihny acini us tutor-
protec as s"iu of tho Uuessea could
110 5 &pok r5nt?lfi"U. Tho rapidttv with
which ho lti.erpwcd showort t!it be
c'Vild apeak birth English and German
fluently. Tho case is still on trial.
Daiavs June 4. Editor Herald.!
I. have read considerably on prohibition
recently pro and cm) mid there seems
to(be a diversity of opitlon as to tire rt
suits ot county prohibition whon in re
ality there shoMld be none as we have
plenty ot exiup!os before ua by NVhich
wo can rightly judge; and if we go Into
it we do so with a free kuowlndge ot
tho result which ti a depreciation of
values iu reul estate a shriukago in the
volume of biifiiRoss and necessarily
chunking the free circulation of money
and working a hardship upoji all alike
in increasing the taxes. Are these
things detrimental to the county? I
leave the impartial reader to"'udge. We
have to-day in our midst
men located in business who
left other !ountioa on account
of prohibition measures. Although not
euuaned in t'io Honor tratlio. vet tool
compelled by business interests to come
to a point widen the prohibitionist had
not captured. And whore a man is
guided by the moral dictates ot hia
conscience'' regulating his drink with
mat monoraiiou ana temperance
that characterizes every good citizen
ana not a law muao by one ovor an
othr." Tl3 result of oounty prohibi
tion does not need to be arguod. As
tho results aro before u-t in some of our
adloluing counties go through thiun and
ju.lge for yourselvce. 'Tin like a man
ruling in mo natn oi a cvcione "cvorV'
thing is dosolato and barren before
him." Occasionally a niece of tl ruber.
"a huge stone reminds you of what was
oncn a house a homo but now a
tombstono marking tho place of the
dead and not until you get to tho cud of
mis desolate pain uo you and any re-
turn of liie."
Homfoni's Aold l'hoapliate
ASSISTS MENTAL LABOR.
Prof Adoli-h Ott. Now York savs of
tho Acid Phosphate: "1 have boon ena-
bled to dovotw myself to hard mental
labor from shortly after breakfast till a
late nour lu the evening without expert
uncing the alightest relaxaticn and I
would not now at any rate dispense with
AT Til K ST. OKOIUli;.
CI W Reynolds Fornoyj (J C Mount-
castle McKinney; J A Jackson 1'lano;
Millard Hurry Dallas; M II Ilumblo
Uilmorj K Schlyer Texas; II A Austin
and wife Uockwall; Win Uaitskio
M. A.; Hen Estus Wm Warden and'
wile McKinney; W II Ilinlleld Tex-
arkatia; llurnelt Koran New Orleans;
W (1 Wood llofie Ark. ; K P Jones
r osier; .lonn a Allen A t iittnou l)r.
A H tirexory Virginia; Ooo Mooro Ks.:
Mrs Hpllliiigs Mrs Jackson Iofttirion ;
v I Bllller f ort Wort h ; T t; Cooper
lAUlisville; tl Hoerlng Fort W'ortli; O
w uitrxer runs; J J! Uranuil Uates
ville; T E Kenuard Jongviow; C T
McDonald Denton; J P Jilouut W Ii
Foster CanUm; W II Varner. McKin
ney; A Hosenliold Harrold; W W Slzor
n u jtnuerisoii naiiiis; y; v. wiewart
Orapovine; W II Webb Mclvlnueyj W
F (Jordon Citiaduelln; P J Norwood.
Toy ah; tlno llichardson City; W It
Aulirey ami fnmily Corsicana; Mrs S C
Hcogln Mrs W F Proctor and ciiild
Kosse; J W F.rvlne J 11 Hcott Pilot
Point; Tobo lilnokwell Crockett; W D
Kates City; Joe llenoll'ett Lancaster;
W 11 ilowell. City: Hon It . Kim-
brough Mcsqulto; H Hinitli Paltuor;
L W Oglesby and wife Piano; E L
Hanger City; T D liipscomh Quitman.
"Oh how do you contrive my dear
To keep your tenth no white anil elrarf
Ami how on earth do you amnion
Tokeep yiiurhreath mNHeetf Tin strange."
"Not slrai)-i al all" wan her reply:
"Use HO.OIIONT ai d be aa 1."
Like the rerfumn Wafted
From beds of Mowers is tho breath that
has been rendered agreeably odorous
with NO.ODONT which communicates
to the teeth a marble whiteness ami to
the gums a roneafe tint. Use it and
beautify your mouth.
A Ltidltiroili beetle
A ludicrous scene occurred at the
GraudtWlmUor hotel yesterday. It ap
pears that the majority of tho wallers of
this hostlerle wero ludlctod for playing
a gatno known aa crapi which comes
under the hoad 'of gambling. It was
near tho noon meal and the waiters-
all colored wero slioked up roady to
serve tho same when a couple
of olllceia put in a sudden appearance.
no soon as lliey caught sl;ht or
the minions of the law Ihev tied the
scene so to aposk and their uumlior so
contused the nllleors that nearly all oa.
caped. There were only a squad loll to
servo gueia. Deputy Sherd's
Work and Lewis went up tnCaruth'a
switch lu the afternoon where thev
captured three more. All that were
captured were lodged l.-i Jail. Judge
llowor ol mo countv court and the
Justice ot the peace are making tho
way oi the crap-shooter rather ruggod.
The most popular cigarette at the
popular price are Opera Pud's
An Innane Man's linitgliiliiKii.
Mr. Ed Hunter a fanner who resides
ou Farmers' Branch was In tho city
yestorday looklug after n young man
who had been working lor him by the
name of Marcellu Colo. Cole came
here a short time since ft un Illinois
and for the past tiw days
has u'ven evidence of beiiig
lusane. Ho Imagines that
political lightning la about to strike
him and that Cleveland is going to Ap-
point him minister to Mexico Ha Im-
agines that it is incumbent upon him
to accept and yet he stands in fear of
tho Mexicans. He saya he will bo mur-
dered if he noes there to represent tho
country imia nora under tho treat-
ment of a physician.
The only cigarettes which do
stick to the lips aro Opera Puds.
Teiai drain Dealers' Association.
The Tsxaa Grain Doalors' Association
convened yesterday morning at the
Merchant's exchange pursuant toad
Inurnment Mr T. K. McKnnls prosl.
dent or tho association presided. There
were 102 members present and the
meeting was one of unusual Inturest.
i ne association adopted its rules and
regulations and by-laws. Mr. M. I).
Garllnuton was elected trrastirnr. An
exchange ot views on tho grain trade
was nao. a tor wn en inn SNaiu-ii.tinn mii.
Joumed to meet the IHUi Inst. Tho grain
iikmi imvo ureal oonuuence iu tne com
Ing grain crop.
Birthday wed Ing cards and exnul-aUostallonar-
1'aul K. Krn's.
Yestorday was penalou day and
County Clerk Hill wli we province Is to
issue vouchors was kept pretty bnny.
no issunii vouchers to in yesterday and
there are auoodlv mi
yet. These pensions are for those or their
widows who served In the ware of the
country dated from 1M2 lo the late war
and they 0aw from flto f 12 each per
When you visit or leare New Tork Oli
save lisssims l.snnMs snd M .sme
Hire amTsU.pat lU OIlANlUJMON Mi".
TkU pppc-lie tlraiwt Csutral Depot. VK
elriisut ifflims III led up .1 a eostof one
mllUon dollara 1 aorf upwards pe d.r.
Kampean plan klevators. IWaaranl
Itssaen i.r Jailer lot less Money at Ins
Oraod Ll'ul.ii Moul Ibal St any ot&r
elass bosel la Uteaity B
J. E. John -on of McKluney is in the
J. 11. Milliken ot Weatherford Is in
R. H. Chathnui of Bryan was 'on the
C. 11. Gribble of Shernun v-tis in thi 1
John H. tjibsou ol Calvert is In the
city on business.
M K. IJenton. ot Ne)shri. Missouri.
was in the city yesterday.
B. R. Packard of Runl.. left v.a the
Texas it Pacific yesterday for Chicago.
r A. Ash and his mother l-oft last
night via the Missouri T'acllio lt-r Now
Messrs. R. P. McKay W. J. N. Rosa
i. Id. Adkisson of Wnruhachio wore In
tne osty yeateruay.
Mrs. U (). C. L'.mar loavea this morn
ing for Oxtord MisiKsippi ou a visit to
reiauvea anu irienua.
Mvs. Homer T. Wilson anc! daughter
left via the Missouri Pacific last night
4'..- r : in.. t... "
iui ivuuinviiio n.uiiiui;ay .
Mr. and Mra. RtifusG. L:tckland of
St Louis are visiting their daughter
airs. j. r. i Mzevant oi tins city.
dipt. Heckley a rising men-hunt of
Lancaster is the city buying machinery
ior tue new roller mill at Lancaster.
W. H. Fell. Thomas It. Kenton ir.. ti
W. Ueniielt J. E. Staunhton of1 New
ioru ure in tne city looKiug around
Rev. R. T. Hanks who has been aid
ing in a meeting in Onlveston lor the
last two weeks returned to the city
Mrs. Minnie Appersou and children
lett on tne Houston Sl Texas Central
Kallway lor California Bud will visit
menus in nan r rancisco.
ftCol. Goorgo Jacobs of Thorji's Springs
xiood county arrived in the cltv. r
crui ting his stuck of goods and will be
on nano at too tioureiierale re union in
August at Fort Worth to entertain his
oiu comrauea ol Grand berry'a brigado
The frlondM of Mr. Wm. Wordeu will
be glad to know that he has passed the
crisis and that lie will be out xgaiu on
the streets In a few days. He I. as been
conllned to his room for two weeks with
a severe attack or bilious lover.
The following ladies will leave Dal-
las for eastern points this morning via
Iho Texas fc Pacific Railway in charge
oi A. Jj. Miiiui passenger agontorthe
Memphis t Little Rock Ritilwuy: Miss
Fanuio Wilkerson Mra. H. It. 'Griffith
Miss Rosa Phillips Miss Lizzie Hunch
Miss Maltie Reed Miss H. Gardm r Mrs.
May Jones child slid nurso. for Pulaski.
Tennessee; Miss Ada Neul Miss Georgia
iienernan ior i;oiumina Tennessee;
Miss Manila Moore for Kah illv Ten-
nessee; Alias Ll.zte King for Norfolk
Virginia: Miss HshI Woodward for
Jaoksoiivllln Georgia; Miss Gone
i ravens lorClsrkhvillo Arknnss; Mrs
Capt. Taylor son and nurse tor Somer-
ville Tennessee: Mrs. M. A. Morrill lor
Glado tquings Virginia: Mrs. L Levy
for Humboldt Tennessee and MissS.
xouug tor West Point I ennesseu
Gents' solid calf shoes $.100 at Block
The whole earth tor fits;. at Kr'os-
MendiimlH say trsdo is picking up.
Fino wahth rei'nlrlng a sp'-clilty by
1' . AUSTIN.
Tho trains ure aunuin;? more regit
Orr's biigelits ire selling lint
Despite thn carping tho crop prospects
iv tne never liner.
Tho Liquor Dealers' association hold a
meeting last eveiuug-
Wliat has become of Iho proposed
iuiicu arounn tne court honxer
Send your orders (or 4. 11.41 toGmiriro
a. v nosier I'anas l exaa.
The Pan Electric Telephiino company
la iiusy securing nuoHcriours.
Ladles misses am) chlldrena snrlnir
iieui nuppers at ijoou ivanu a.
RlNMnin street. All kinds of fruits
and vegetables at A. K. Douche's.
Houcho kr ens all kinds of clears sod
tobacco. Try hia nlcklo Tiger cigar.
County Km veynr Strong has gone to
Mountain Creek to survey a new road.
Great bargains in diamonds and line
jewelry for a low days at (ilj Main
street. F. ArsriN.
Tho Dallas World. In a new. neat
heading no appeara aa tho Dallas Dally
The Hols d'Aro Club meets Sunday
morning at Turner Hall lu self-defense.
The Missouri Pacillj main lino trains
commenced running via Dallas ngain
Thopollco are etrictlv' onforclmr thn
ordinances governing signs and it is the
W. II. Humble esq. formerly of Gil-
mer but now of tills city called ou tho
Dr. Hamilton's nleirant h ltnl at
Cleburne will bo opened to the public
on Saturday next June (1.
losra. Cain dr Silor have bought out
thn opposition 'bus line and the war is
n or to tho great relief of all.
To have your watcher clocks ani Jew-
elry repaired go to I. E. Curtis corner
Main and PoydniH streets.
Improved baker dairy laundry and
rotrimator wagons are kept iu stock bv
tho Weir Plow Company..
Elegunt new stock of Jowelrv )Uf-t re-
ceived. Corner Main and "I'oydraa
streets. L. E. Cruris jeweler.
The finest assortment of spectacles
and eye Klsssos In the city. Corner
Main and l'ojdras streets. Iii Cruris
BJTho street cars are doing a good hu-1-ns.
It appeara fiat the more street
cars there are tho inoio travel thero Is
P. P. P. will cure all dlHeases ofchlek-
one turkeys ducks geeso and birds.
Sold at li'i cents per package by George
Greatest bargains ever otl'ered (for a
few days) In ladles' anil gents' gond
watches and chains. F. Arm in
fill Main street
Mr. W. II. M unlock Is no longer
connected with the firm of Murtlock.V
Italdwln but Ins friends ran soou Hud
him Due notice will be given.
Tabor Bros. of St. Iouls will open
within tho next few days a jewelry es-
tablishment In tho building under the
St. J aines hotel corner of Main and
M urphy streets.
Notice Is hereby given to all parties
owing the late firm of Murdock t Bald-
win to make payments only to me or
to my Ruthorlr.od collector.
W U. Baldwin
Strangers in the olty are cordially In-
vltod to visit tho large repository ol the
Weir Plow Company where they keep
constantly on hand a full line of bug-
gies phaetons carriages etc.
Mrs. Chestnut the leading milliner
at H12 Elm street Is receiving two or
threo times overy week the freshest and
latest styles in hats bonnets rlblmns
and trimmings. No old stock; every
article perfectly fresh.
We will dobo'torwnrk at less prices
than any house In town. We give you
the latiest designs largest asortinentol
paper to select from In the State. Get
our esliniatn on work before letting
your Job. IIamiltom A YouMti. Wu
hi in street.
City Marshal Arnold received a tolo-
phone from the city marshal of Van Al-
styne yesterday morning Inquiring if a
negro nsiiifd F. McKinney was wanted
here. He waa not wsntod by the city
but It waa subsequently ascertained
that be waa wanted by thecoantyto
nswer to the charge of crap-shootlng.
Messrs. W. B. Greenlaw J. II. Cooh-
ran ud D. V. Camnrnn )Xnj eornmls-
n.Obel'S iu tl.o t'iicliCM C.-Ul't C-ll'tlt;tod
heir I Kirs v'terd.iv vd leturned into
court .-.oalnl the Iiki ; jurymen tor the
next term of tho ccort. Under the new
lw there will be a jury for each week at
the next term ot tu court which con-
venes the sei-oud Monday in October.
Arreted lor Bigamy.
Capt. C. F. MclViuaid sheriff of Don-
ton county passed itirough the city yes.
terday en rome to Kaufman to take
back Thomss West captuml there and
who is watitf d in Denton to answer to
the chnriro of bigamy. He is churited
with liuvuiif oue more wife than the law
allows oulside of Salt Lake City.
Heturos and frAines at Paul Erb's
A number of excursionists about 100
Vi'oiii the east aro expected to arrive
here to-day or to-inoi row. They ate in
charg'iof Mr. Jnhn C. Levis passongor
agent of tho Gould lines and are mak
ing a tour of the county along the Gould
Hues wiiu u view ;.i investing iu lands
and securing homes.
Croquet vnd lawn tennis at Erb's.
lnaulng Out the Ktaml ripe.
Tho WRtor wot :s force was busy yes-
terd ay cleaning :out tho stiud pipe at
tlie corner of Mtdn and Harwood
streets. There was somo two and a half
fuel of mud In it the aecuijiulation of
years. '1 he pipe will receive general re-
pairs and fixed so as to prevent over-
Marblos tops balls and bats at Erb's
" Opera Mo-iso Improvement
T ho directory of tho opera house pro
pose to carry out at an early day the
original intention of fencing in and
making a (lower garden out of thn front
yard ot the building whrsh will add
much lo tho appearance ot the building
Picknlolc and lunch baskets at Erb's
The church social which was to tnke
place on Friday ni:ht of tliia week at
the parsonage ol tho 'First Baptist
church lias been imleliiiil'jly'postpnnfld
on Account of the sickness of Mrs.
tt.iiiKs the pastor's wile.
KiilghtH 'f t.tnilr.
A special conclave of Dallas Com-
intmdery No. (i Iv.T. will bo held this
FriiUv oveiiiiitf at 8 o'clock. Work in
the order of R-d Cross Visiting Sir
unguis aiti invited toe.ttend.
By urAwf tii n. A. Wkustkh K C.
llu.M.y Boi.l Recorder.
Boling who was Indicted by tho
jury on tho charge of s'oallng
was arrest ed yesterday bv
Deputy nhoiiil Ha.kel.
and ltalg'id in
I.ood Crojia in the 111 azon V"ttuiiin-Tlie
Trio pel iinre .llovemeiit.
Calvhri' June 3. ICorrcspondeiico.l
Tie Brazos rivers heve boon fulling
for the past two days u?id thejwator 1ms
receded Iroiu tlio plahl atioin In the hot-
lump. On DiveMlgAthm it is lotind that
tlio Uamiig't done is verv Idight and In
'Host pliiues w il not avei-a'e one-half of
i percent and in others not moro thau
I'lio-ionU! fir 1 our colli. Work hscnin
monend ami plows ure running in every
direction. With a good koumiu o:io (if
itio largest cane and cotton crons will
ho niHilo In this county th.a bus over
Mrs E. Ii. Saxon the temperance- lee
lu -or lectured here lust night at the
.Methodist church to a large hous-. She
orgnni.ea a Women's C ir stian Tnm
oi rancn'Unlon this mcrniiur uml Wot fr
Nsvasota at v.-hich pliico she will lec-
ui i-o to nigni.
Mrs. C. M Wlncklnr from Corsicana
in V lllilii( ii rn. 1 1 .-. 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 v 1 tetS City.
A QUESTION ABOUT
Thnqnmtl'inh-iN pmhtMr hwn futkisl thnnonfi
of iimfHll-iw r'i nr. wn'j4 Ir.n Hilt'nt run .v.ry.
It-uiK?" W.-U it tl.N-Mi't. It.it it ii.' film any tlmciw.
I.tr Mliicts a nii(AlM ph.i- iin wi.ul.1 pr.wnlns IKu
rlifiiUnn rf 'fciiiH Inm im Ui Ih-nt. nHt(rati'
jifiit kwmn n iir...H-i n itnl miniry or u
IfSilmir timi will ruitmUnti tt tlniaMrrtir.
I tint limn im mi-ru i'nr.ti..tmf r n (lian ol fciy
.thtT'itwt)ircrt n..i muu'thfin.i. Tliw hhowt con
riumrrly Ui inm ii kfi-m.ilnH t lm the mm
iuivnt fict..nn-ncci'Hf.ilmili1Ml1jMrtirii It ml
b wirt1inr..il'e i tiut i.toirt-tlio Uiroi-
jtj of O Vi I t(ol It 'i TJ! If S no
l ililn tory lr.iiic4tutiiUAliii itsulitirbeva IoudU.
BRCVSI'S IRGN BITTERSarUSS
hmilif ha or nmdni-n rnnntlp.li.in-nll oilier Ires
iniilirliir.Oo. IIKO'VVS IIM1N IIITTIIUM
rurrtlnilise.lliin IliliniiHiiriM Wrnkiu-iw
lM.rplii Milrln hlt nnri Fever-.
I Irnl l-ecll.i..inernl ll billlv.l'nln in lbs
. '.' "nk"l l"h'""n'lieiiINeiirnU
;T.1 l'i""l'"""" '"n l pmwritwd dily.
BROWN S IROS BIT! ERS.nTenr.'
: W?lh? 1 '" '"' hl-n: "" '' '
ii ' i.' i 'l"i.--niMit Iww.. r.-.:--
ii. l '''ti'r. himl.1tll .u-l-nnn
'"rl"""- "v-.i- i. ;r..i.r.r..l.
T.I.. Cfniilm lnTrn.l.. t1rk mi .r...- i nnl tin .
o-lT.i.r TIKI ( (ITIIl ll.
Xui-row Fi ua
Koi'iiKs'i i.ii .Mine' I 1SS2. "Ten
ca' bco I whs attacked with the
most intensa aud deathly p.ilus lu
uiy unea aim
"I'.xieniiing to the end of my to is and
to mv iirainl
"Which made mo delirious!
"From f itonv!!!!
'It tis.k three men to hold mo on m v
bed at tlniesl
"Tho Doctors tried in vain to rollev
me tint to no t-urposo.
Morphine ami other opiates!
" Had no ellect!
"After two mouths I was given up to
"When mv wife
heard a nelihbor tell what Hun Bitter
had done fur her she at onco got aud
gave nio some. The first dose es-ed my
brain and sevnied to gohuutiug through
Uiy system for tho pain.
The second doso eased nio so much
that 1 slept two hours soninihing 1 had
not done for two months. Before I had
used live bottles 1 was. well and at
work as hard as an y man could for ovei
three weecks; but f worked too hard fo
my strength and takink a hard cold 1
was taken with the most acute and pain-
ful rheumatism all through mv system
that ever was known.
I called the doctors again and i.fter
several wocks tney hrt me a cripple on
crutches for life aa they said. I met a
rrlend a'ld told him my case and ho aild
Hop B't'ers had curod lilm and wnul.l
cure me. I poolicd nt him but he was
so earnest i was nui jcod lo use t'luin
lu less than lour wroks I throw
mv crutches and wont to work li h.m'l
and kept on using the bittera for live
weeks until I became as well as any
man living and have been so lor six
It has slso cured mv u lf. t-in i.i
leensick for years; and has kept her
niu my viiiiuren wen anu healthy with
rrom two to threo bottles per year.
There la no need to be sick ata'l If these
i tiers are used J. j. ukiik. Ex Super
"That poor Invalid wife Sister
"Can be made the picture of health I
"with a few bottles of Hop Bitters!
W"None genuine without a bunch ot
greeu Hops ou the white lable. Shun
all the vile poisonous stuff with "JJou"
&t-il . And 'BOreeses the epg prednetlcn 25 per cent. It Is endorsed by
' e largest and most sui-ceo-niil poultry breders in the South and
-f-TV-ii west. Retail at J. M. DOW KM.
sV J--'M 't
.7 At Ketall by J 8.
I nma coppersmith by trade and during
a series of years my anus (being bare when
at. work) have absorbed a wonderful amount
of metal pouaiu. lliiving a tu-rofuious tea-
dency from my youth Hie small particles ol
copper ana brass would get into tho fores
mid by thix proeeKH the ioihou was conveyed
Into my bloori till my Whole system became
Infected. I was treated with the old leme-
'Mesof mercury and iodide potassium. Hnl-
Ivatlon followed my teeth are all loose In
my bond my digestive organs doianged and
1 have been helpless In bed for over a year
with mercurial rheumatism. My Joints
were nil swollen and 1 loist the une of my
arms ami legs aud became helpless as au
My sufferings became so Intense' that It
was Impossible for mo to rest. The doctors
advised me to i?o to tho city hospital for
tieatnieiit. This 1 could not bear. A friend
who proved a friend Indeed urged mo to Iry
Swift's HpuclDc believing It would cure me.
Others discouraged me hut I seeored a few
bottles and have now taken two dozen bot-
tles. 1 he first effect of the medicine was to
bring the poison to the surface aud I broke
out all over In runnliiK rores. They soon
disappeared and my skin cleared oir. My
knees which had become twice their nalu-
nil size have resinned their usual slzoand
aro supple as of yore. My arms and hands
are all right again and can use them without
paln.The entire disease has left ah purls of the
body save two Hirers ou niv wrists which
arc healing rapidly lain weak from long
eonlluciiieiit but I have the lite ofal) my
limbs. The medicine- is bringing meoutof
the greatest trial ot my life and 1 cannot
rind words sutllclci Hoexpress mv apprecia-
tion of its vlriu. i- i-1 i Un- grutituile I feel
thai I ever heard .
1'ivnr.R K. 1 ova.
Augii.-la till. In ii
MAL ARIAL POISON
The drouth In tonthwct (ieo-gla last
spring dried up the weds and wo were com-
pelled u use water from the erect: ou the
plantation. The result was that all were
irohblud with ehllls and fever. J carried
with tne Feveral IsilHeR of Hwl'l'i Hiieepic
and us long as 1 took It I had perfect lieallh.
As soon as I ceased taking It I like the rest
wasaldi. led with chills. When 1 reaumed
Its use I was ell right again. We have used
It In our fen-lly as an antidote for malarial
re.ls.-n for Uvoor three years and have never
known II to fail In a single Instance.
VV. C. KlTKLOW.
Kmii'.-r Co. (ia isenl. 11 lsst.
Treatise on I'.I.mhI ne.l Skin i"encs
malied tree. Tin. Swnr bi-MUKic Co.
Drawer It Atlanta Oa.
How frw ui-.deijt.-uul wliat
' jwrf:-ct lit I.-. ? That r-Ti-iful
c -jlv.-:.l to every now
oiitf.r. Tl.ia ii por.ltlvjlv un-
accesK.sy. xh sclcntino
Jirinliih-a r.pphcd to thonum-
roua r'ii-j or.d elzoo of "the
Ilmi.-.n" t-.to. Insures pjrfoct
lit and th'ir flez'bltlty. abno-li;U-
fa-t'.o.-a fi om tho tortures
of ' b-.-i.-.klL-.f In." m they aro
y ur.U cocifortcblo finm tn
l'rsi (ii...-. 60:.t eToryvvlarj.
AjiU yoej- rhoe Cmh r ftr lljsm
HANAM dL SON.
Iff. i F'l --"
WORKS LIKE A CHARM.
Col. Sl.l Conger of I'h t T'net: !;:! inn
breeder ol prl.e Plynioiith Ris ks anil Wy-
nndoltes n in I who ts one ol the lending poul-
try dealers of tlio United States. writes aa lol
KI.AT Itoi'K.Ind.. May i." IssfV-Miircidson
Hognrs Terrell Texas. I hnvo used your
r. ! r. and ilnd It works like a charm. I
advise all who haveoeriik'nti to us It to give
It ft tnlr trial and tl icy will la- pleasoil llh
tho results. Youib tiuly.
J. M . Downing breeder of ljiiigshans Wy-
findotts riymoiith Itoeks. and Mammoth
llrons lbrkeys Dom-rall. Ky writes: "1 am
well pleased with V. V. V. When I recolved
a pakage lOdavssgomy fowls were uylns
with cholera. They arc all right now ami
I have not Inst ouo since using 1 p iv
Kct-iH-ctfully J W. lViWNiKO.
1'. P. I. Is lbs most successful remedy
..wnll iiu-irt.oi an u. senses ol rowls.
Have your Chickens Turkeys Ducas.
'ierse and Itlrds by using p. p. p. ' '
Ask your druggl.st for V. P P. The
DALLAS WIIOLKMALK AOKST9.
Hold at Ilotnll at Imllas by
A flinin'c rnpkiltrn atnl aImuU. ..f
.II1 ' .i'S IIIIUIUI 1JI icnii
ni.uValssent to any address In the United
HI W knii i-.tsat it I . I UK s i s .
- . o-.u wviiu-.it "mtiii" uy ine iro.rio
loi M U HC H 1 HON A Hi I (J KS
Terrell. Tex hi.
viirVi")' l""l" I'HMs-rliMi ll'ilir..rllii th
Iflrtllg II well.
'" TH""'- Sl " 'W ml M aIjimial l-s i-ni.M Is In.
tio sivlnr sutiisiIi ti. inn.-.aii.f JwM.'innii
Bsni dUvM-. 1 1 If y n.-siinvpinl.-rftsr H-uiinu -i.
Prcniititii Poultry Preserver
BASS' CHiCKcK CnCLEnA QUuZ
18 WARRANTFT1 TO RTnp mm.van.
18 WARRANTED TO HTOP rirni.KBA.
J. W. Crowdns Drug Co.
Vihotesalo Agents Dallas Teia.
BASS BROS. Prop'rs
Dou - ua; Kim Mreet.
WILL PLEASE YOU.
MEN'S FINE SHOES
HATHAWAY SCULE & HARRINGTON.
Thw Rnndmirn nmUn In nil thn I.ondhiff Stylos
fthil Soltl Kvpryu'hercttiv Hriit.-clH.-.BtlcalerH. Wn
UHf'tlrsU'la sttK'k and employ mmo hnthkHletl
wtirkint'ti. As we linv' tml moro ami lonniTevp-Tl
onco In (somlTrni'WfhiitlianaiivotliiTinrinufiic-
tuniNoni KN'S riNKSlluKS ltUi'cknowlr.lL.'fi hy
All that tukt the Ion I. Ask yinirtlo.il-T for tlio
HATHAWAY BOULK A IIAHKInuTUN HIlOl- i
you are looklntf fornKoutj ortlfh- at nuHl'urn i-r1'.
Afcw for tho GOLDEN
t 1 Al XV V. I'"!" t''
LM II Hi MKD A 1' t'l"i
Pchool Teache.-s Hludenta Ynunc Men i.o-
uies .eiing n.-j aj-eios cir r.nis iioor 're ma.i-
cverllOa Dmutit. Hells fast. 'ne p.ei.t
siMd 71 llrst hidays; au-uherW In ri ;ys; an-
other 11 la t dsy ; suoi Lor 10 and - blhlen In 6
days. Heauro tcrrlto.-y qulCn. A.r. i. is
Winded for the best Iio. -.ul Kumi liiMs
-7eroUt I'y Hiiits. i -ii.ii i'-ii :l.i..r:i(irfl. A!-I'l-wsTSXAH
'HOOK ASI It-'t.bli' CO. UM
lilui s'r.s-t Dallas Tojii-.i.
Important to Owners of Cotton Cins.
Twi.ni: Cox Steam Kutx KXTtNoi'tsu-
KU I' rC.riTON Ul.xs. Tlioroiighiy efleelnal
Shuplc and che'tp. ('an rcl'-.o-you to parties
In your own state who arc- lining 'lieni. Kit.
ihhA Gin Saw Kii.i.kk. I'.kst si mim.k.st
CtiKAi-iiST. Any one e .n use ti em Satis-
faction guaranteed o money refiindi-d.
I'rlee lo. Aoi:nts Wa.ntkd. (ioml pay
Klven. Kxnln-lve Right- for Hn!c. .Solid (or
circulars and lull pan n ulios.
TAYLOR .V )V CO. Memphis Temi
tT AN TKIi l.inlles anil (ientl -nieu to t ike
il nice. I'ir'd plcasiiui work at Ibelrowu
homes Work s.-ei. by iiimII any dlstiine" all
I lie ye -r ro'.:el. ."o a day can be ipih-tly
mad. ; no -...- -linr. Address Reliable
Manefictiirl-- -luiiny I'hlladclphia
IViu.s; Ivan a l.i I1 :.
im.i:tisi:i:s in ...i.irf-sshuf ;: p.
liow l-;t.l. .V CO i Si.ruce -tn ei.. New
..rs can learn t lie excel .-.vi n any propos-
ed line of .-1V 'KUT-SI Mi In A iiierlcan
NewspaiM-r-.. fSf-loo..it I'.uiiiililt-r.lOc.
X'" Cjirout Itmnovu tor.'
tlswl com mended and Indorsed by l'uj.
siein .sall Over the World.
The Only ti. inedy "''nit Acts on AH ol
ureal iirgnns oi tne iiamun Kystem
Till". CIV Kit.
i in: kii'Wys.
i;iC. l-KIMAI II.
SCRK SAFU SI'S r.'1.
PoHseHsi.s Hie Cnmhlned Meill- t.n Virtu
of all the r anions Natural 'iVsieiu.
Coiisllpntlon Hieti-he.id i.:! e Dyswr.rils
sreiiromplly cured by It. Wo c. nlr-.l sil t h
pro-luciB of these IniiioiiH sprln vs bo'h Ma It
and Water. All geiiin; preraratlmis be..
IIih .'('rah A n.l.. '!-. ...I.f v.. ....
(iel the genidim Tisli Apple" liran.l. Con
cenirau-u w liter :ti eenls; (le ulneSalU p..
sealed packayi-s at p. cent and i reals eaoli
CBAB Wm V'ATIll CO. Ytyntkn
Aa M--liai rrt'tlnc m.la f t skil SktAv.novwwtfwrlt
Tl V tM. cr ... r-. iHirrl .a. fr.-r Afoe ..1 l
a.aH.fifih li'rrstts Or.-sn. A -1 tn.iart t dlr.M. fM r
o t las of rl i.4W ( t J iuinnr Iriuki. Tr II.
of rttuni rfr w Aik our fi-.r or lTucrn'fi UMia
kiuk4suit.f. turt If I ill J tl. B KT 4 M'M.
J. w. wrrrrniiiiiiT c:li aoiitj.
ip i a. ir o s
Are Uniiv?!ed In lone Workmanship and
F'Oll SALK HY
r:i:i n17:it Mala ..t..
DnlltiH - - T yum.
gBr" Scud for prices Ik furMuiytnn elsewh.'rn.
ini l lntl.is- ii m.ns -t a ..... . ..t . . i ...... u 1 1 .r-.a .
II Ural (! -f lo tft if rv f -. it i.tffi Pkt i'm
iroolaatl-r t- j w.w ui. ) i.-tu i . 4M; la tJ
Bon fofis. H i) . j- . - ri . ii
1tt w. f . Ia. tV' i'-i . - 'Vi 40 s.i l'iVSf ft.
Ikmlitif. v..!- iiiVl;i .li.uput M ii 4i mm Wt
iMk H irlr stM-lar '
H'l l I JtUl l'i.-""UV Is! ' P tUhst tf-Tt.lrf rt)
tU'iMilai M i..a'v H. . m s. titi-s.-t'T P' I iriln
NaumanA. H At.fc" t'tsi ! "- H f . iv t x
eV ptlltisai . ..tt fUi.t sH.Ci.tTt. UrO.f. Ha..iUt
T tl Kka a t IKMI f .-!. nt "
ISrtw t Ir-. r:Mr. " ' ".-hip ft ri ar Mn Uvfc
Ulirait . ts ." t . j k..lrJ ftra . .
Thli tl nn ny wlrr! fl. ti f-i t i.r t-nt Ut
ftcvntt rn viliivl t'Ul . n u i. 1 .w n vfin n.i m w
thlnf kill Wfc'il bmiqitl isTt luvit-'vl fci'rrtil lor IUnUkU4&
BEST TRUSS EVER USED T
fc."-". -- - ' IU
Triii Worn iiarht
.l dnr. I-.aJllv.lr
ar.s liuptnnx K.-HI
bjr nmil r-rj-vib.-n
NEW YORK ELASTIC
TRUSS CO. .
1 nraxlwsy W. T.
1.nv..l V I...I.
Mst dotsrtnlna as lo
Curability by Cones.
l SPEKCER OPTJCAL MPS CO
um iiiir j' '. il .'. '. i :1 1 IL' ' "'
m i. .-. i
wADiS AND CURVEYOR3 '
Will fc-lvssriaolal attention to iMmw.
lavsstmsutB In land for wunnrTCo
Location for stoos: rar.ohit nim
saw mills and farming lands. 'WdsTJij
Ho will give syeolal gttapttoa to uw iUT
Msntof Taxau PsuMCc Rsi-iruad OimUX
IK LAN OH OF TH E ';oV
iiavtn had a survey lu
iter or loxas ior iao lai. e'.glnyenrs ana Z
eled eilnijlvely In the state he B thori'nJft
eat portions as we'd as the value or tna
Hues of -"'Pian
ttls rs.illltl8 for asHlotiiiK vir.)Ua8er t.
fOodtarfiiluBareauBurpasei WA "
sntos sktlslactlon to nil uumtm entruljh
him with their business tie . Slso dVhs 3
fr furnlBh on short uotloeoouiuiete ?i rih
(if tills of DnllsB city and couui "ZnV
Hi 'JM:. POWELL
POWELL & GAGE
SURVEYS AND MAPS!
OWN EK CJT igii.TO AOKKH
K. M. BLACK
J. Al. ilOhfiAN
BLACK & ttOXi. AN
Real JEfe;tait A.crnti
fAeTLrVPU. TK 1AS4.
Pruiv.pt altontlon Is-ad ba-Iv a ti
any part of theritnie.
H. A. BlAVOJ. IOHN P. (. o.T 'tiii 8.94
I1KAVI.H VMX &. ELL
M liti'.. Lin Slock ui Sessn! ijei.
Q V. JOHNS-SON '
Lund and Collecting AkciiI.
BOWIK (Montague Oo-.'TEXAI
Ihialncss attended to In any of the neltb.
borlnir counties. Correnpoudenc vremptli
R. O.T. VKAl. "
Oltlee mi Main St. over Exchsn-.
Can he found lu rear oltlee at nlsti; i!L
Bee telephone No. W.
tyHpeclal ntt'rtlon given tocollec-inpn.
AlToK.Nr.V ANUCOHNi ELIOR-AT Lit
. Helton Texas
Xflfcpechil Attention to Commercial ul
d Attorui y-t-lw
Collections promptly attended lo. Hcl
eniies HrsdHt reel's Ctimnurolal Aijeney.
.Special atlenllon given to oominerclal 1st
and InvcsiiKKtlon of land tltlos.
1 X. MONTOOMKKY
ft (County Attorney Haylor I'cnnty.)
Attorury-st-L.tw aud Ileal Katsle Afeil
After talrln a tho'ougn course of li.iitn
tlou at the Eve Infirmary in Now York of-
fi rs to trc-.it diseases ol the eye and fomalM
specially. Address Worthain Texas.
I itALLBKLL M. D.
'J KoKldenr 77 Psnrl Hlra
Offlce In rear of Murdis-k 4 Halilwlnl
drniislore. Telephone st o.'tw anil reftilsnm.
KTHUB M. MM.LKIt
Wleldls Falls Teisa
J Attorney s-Ht-Low am) Land Afuntt
I. c. rmnstiTT. K. ). Wai.sntma
t B. BULL (Oouuiy Atuo.ey.)
a Attorncy-at-l'itw arid Land Ageni
Hslrd ( aliaiiH-i County Teiss.
WU.1U U. WKIUHT
Ko. TIB Mnln stn-el upstairs lsllTail.
KNOLl) OIAMOOW A AKNoLD
Offiesia rtral oonrl bciliilng -rt ilM
pnbllc sgusrs. Will prsellcs lu lbs Ki4 in
re leral conns
HN W. DOKKMUH
U A'tri.ey-t-L ad Lsud Agsnl
ommerctal prsctlce soHc)iil.
I t.ir Tmh.
r.. K v).iia Ki.b. T'o I T A. Fri.ua
V KILL A YOl'NW
Mtephsnvllls truth loody Urn
H. ii. Nsn.L. l.sr Youn
UKKNAl'ln Ulton. "
W. M. AB4KNAT iT IS..-. ABKKSitgt
11NBHLKY A ltK VUKOHl)
I Attorneys sod Co iu- 'lors s tsi
Tti'i Mala Htreel (Llndsley urdldinv; bsllJJ j
Texas. UlvssiwilRt atlcnlicu locon-nictrM
aad corporal lo a !ws lu UiaUand fsdsrs
CIAHTSR A WRIGHT
n Angela Tom Ureen County Tsl
i Lawyers Land and (hilleotlsr. i"c
JoaaPK Boomb J H HoAasosocinii
s Alturney-at-Lasr and ftasssri
Bsymonr Baylor ConntyT
Dirhsnns bought and i lallUMppr
11. CO LK. MAN
cniorsun uiiy iw
Coliectlnns promptly sllemle
li-d w. .
0 No. Til MS
i. i.m.ivmr. -w. L. na"s
S0HOELLK0PF & CO
M aaufaclorar) and Dstlsrs Id
And Wholssalt lMs'.srs lu
Itw.SiiiFirnjtpwi Sfcddlery Hirfu
Oaveata R-lssaes and Trade Marks ser"
and all other causes In lbs Patent 'BrT5
Before the courts promptly aud carefully
11 sm receipt of model or sketch of tn"T
lion I niakersreful exsmlnatlon aud ad"
aajo patentability freeof charge.
7es moderate snd I make NO CHAu"
aatesa PATKNT 1H PKCUKRU Infer"
lien advlo and ipsolal rslerenoci seal
J. B. LITTKI.L Waabingrtoa D. .
r C a r sfnUOIBee
niiril ah nt ii TTnvirifinfl
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